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WHEN JIM WAS DEAD.
"Hit sarved him right." the nabors sed,
an' based nimi for . .::fe he'd led,
An' him a-lying thar at rest
With not a rose upon his breast;
Ah! menny cruel words they sed
When Jim was dead.
"Jes' killed hisself," "Too mean ter live."
They didn't h'as' one word ter gire
Of comfort as they hovered near
An' gazed on Jim a-lying there'
"Thar ain't no use to talk," they sed.
"He's better dead."
But suddenly the room grew still.
While God's white sunshine seemed to fill
The dark place with a gleam of life.
An' o'er the dead she bent-,im's wife!
An' with her lips close, close to his,
As though he knew and felt the kiss.
She sobbed-a touchin' sight ter see
"Ah! Jim was always good ter me!"
Itell you when that cum ter light,
It kinder set the dead mnan right:
An' round the weepin' woman they
Throwed kindly arms of love that day.
And mingled with their own they shed
The tenderest tears-when Jim was dead.
-F. L Stanton in Atlanta Constitution.
How Embalming Is Done.
The processof embalming is as follows,
and is called the "Brunelli process": The
circulatory system is cleansed by wash
ing with cold water till it issues quite
clear from the body. This may occupy
from two to five hours. Alcohol is in
jected so as to abstract as much water
as possible. This occupies about a quar
ter of an hour. Ether is then injected to
abstract the fatty matter. This occupies
from two to ten hours. A strong solu
tion of tannin is then injected. This oc
cupies for imbibition from two to ten
hours. The body is then dried in a cur
rent of warm air passed over heated
chloride of calcium. This may occupy
two tofive hours. The body is then per
fectly preserved, and resists decay. The
tliana exhibit specimens which are as
bard as stone, retain the shape perfect
and are equal to the best wax models.
will be observed in this process tha
- ,.th asuabtances most prone to decay are
removed and the reminirnug portions
arecanverted by the tau:ia into a sub
gabie nesemblng leather.-The Casket.
The Wrong Boy.
A Sunday school teacher in a Lack
wooda settlement had a new ccass of
yemg scholars, the parents of which had
to ' them any ins.:"ctions
n 's ecatechismi. Co:inirg to
lfirst beyin the class she asked him
whomnade him. He did not know. She
told blin God, and urged him to remenm
ber it. Of the next bo she asked who
wasthe Oldest man. He did not know,
and theteacher told him Methuselah. So
abe went on down the class, asking each
a -and giving them the answer.
she wasthus engaged the first boy
AE ' the, bucket after some water.
nhereturned to the head of- the
el~aaandot:-knowing that one was ab
she-asked the first who made him.
hesiftion the boy quickly re
"Methuselah!" "No," exclaimed
nteachern astonishment, "God made
'"No, he didn't," persisted the ur
' 'with' fidence; "the boy God
r water." The teacher gave
The sndan Raven.
; lkthe Sautdathe respect for the "Bird
=' the hade" isunbounded; heis endear
''':' known to the Arabs as their
clUde," and they are more exorbitant
J-n, 't blood money for his chance
9 . y thand of the stranger
S f-it were rea ytherelative in ques
;- = Shoot their dove, their ostrich,
-varied scavengers of the vulture
their once sacred ibis even, and
Maerm and bear it; but once aim a
ate Ioek bird" and a hundred
sisn bi iiscular brown arms will he
nmite&and the- bereaved, white teethed
eintveswiU g 'tclt and shout round
~ou, while .epanhow black hued
" seaven, with his jetty plumage,
~ ~-ffi~~waybea apoint of interest in the
Soudn, romthe strong contrast he pre
' sito 'the ordinary "desert colored"
Nrd wich preserve a neutral tint of
y ~or fawn, which renders them2 al
nviibe.-llthe Year Round.
Icatellasabort story of a dog that
- ame nnaer my observation. The
S wasowed by aphysician. A lady
the doctor attended her n
nigr ealways let the
go with him to the Eick
SBromo would watch every mo
'ttiof is master. At last the doctor's
vuisits weme;droppe, but the dog con
dhna am gaud would go to her
door ait if he fopnd it closed would
be lqt 3n. These visits were
ocr by ~the 'patient. .Her nurse
woa~zfusesometimes to let him enter,
btbe would not go without seeing her.
Tho'nrse would set a chair beside the
bed, and he would sit there just as his
maI had, and look at her and whine
~ftr'i to spa.Bromo wa-s called
teocos.sun nt.-.nimad World.
Speed in Telegraphing.
-When the first electric telegraph was
.eblshee the speed of trannxssion was
-ifrei four to five worda a minute with
*the five needle instruments; in 1849 the
average rate for newspaper messages was
seventeen words a minute: the present
Sof the electric telegraph between
on and Dublin, where the Wheat
abone instrument is employed, is 463
wvords; and thus what was regarded as
-miraculous sixty y ears ago has emilti
lida hundred fold in half a century.
'The Salaries of Choir Boys.
* The latest things in trusts is the Epis
ZChoir Guild of the Diocese of Long
d. According to its regulations dio
- choir boy can leave tecurch with
which he is connected without receiving
-a1 written discharge from the gentleman
inchageof the music. There is con
sider'bealousy between the different
surplice' oirs of that diocese, and this
rule is intended to prevent iboys who
have developed good voices f:om being
coaxed away from their churches.-New
York Star.__ ____
Gored to Death by Ituns.
Thomas L~. Brodley was killed near
Riverton, Wicomico county. He had
goeto the stable to feed his stock when
wo very vicious bulls got into afight.
Mr. Bradley went into the yar~d to sepa
rate them, whereupon they rushed on
him and, jamming him u;> against the
fence, injured him internuty lHe was
taken to the house and died in a few
hours.-Salisbury (.Md.) Her.lid.
It is difficult, sometimes to loosen a
rusty screw. If you cannot withdraw
such a one, heat an iron rod to a white
heat and hold'it for tw.o or three miinutes
against the screwhead, after which the
scerew will come out with facility.
A man can hire a house :u Japin, keep
two servants, and live on the t of the.
land, all for a little over twenty dollars a
If the contract labor law were str ictl:
enforced at, astie Garden. thousainds f
utsirable immigrants. including paupers
criminals and lunatics, would be kept out
.of this country.
The ship channel between Mnntreal and
Que.ec, by means of which a unifurn
depth of tweni.y-seven and a half feet at
low water and a minimum breadth of three
hundred feet have been secured, is now
prac:iealiy completed, and deserves to rank
among the -conspicuous achievements of
the day. Ove: forty years have passed
sic the ftaeavations were made.
The Soap Mines of Nevada.
fn Nevada are several deposits of min
cral soap. One of these has been worked
'or three or four years. The soap is
so- :etim's inde i) int) cakrs as it
-OmDes from the mine, b1.t usually it is
toned down by ati:mixture with varions
.ther soaps. In Dalzota and Wyoming
also deposits of n:atur-! son;. : I re
n:; where soda. bo)rax anl :,er:0 oils
o i is ::y n ary to brinn these
to'eth-:r and t :op mime is
r ie prings assist materially
l ut iing: al cog.cent:rating the mate
tolud about ?hot pring, is, iihrefre
.:eCamlly harder :m e perfect thianl
i t prolued in t'"v v ay i anu
aoThe a s ': t:_:th et la;Us. ke
ire ts. t ouh: salurat with borax
and sod't in 5hn ion that the addition of
any oleagin::s matj r proUes' soap.
Th'e w ers of :: ;::)1:e p :lee :'riad s
of grubs ;h'--h a.',r a time become flies)
wich are wi.;c a.hore, and in some
:naces formi be.'.cs a foot or two in
depth. Th:' oily iazter contained in the
grubs or tlies, to:tng with the alkali in
the water of the lake, forms a deposit of
soap an inch or two in thickness each
year. Thus, in the course of ages. a de
posit of natural soap of great depth has
i een built upon the east side of the alkali
lalkes, where the worms are stranded
prevailia: winds being from the west.
These particular grubs are the only living
things found in the waters of Mono and
At certain seasons an insectivorous
duck, called the spoonbill, frequents
these lakes, and, feeding upon the
aquatic flies and grubs. becomes so fat it
can hardly fly. Hunters kill these spoon
bill ducks for their oil, as the grub on
which they feed imparts to thew a fishy
taste so strong that the' cannot be eaten
except by Indians, who eat both worms
and ducks. Ducks killed by hunters and
lost are sometimes foundl in the waters
of the lake. All the feathers are eaten
off the fowl by the alkaline olutioin. and
the layer of fat beneath the s!in. an
inch in thicknees. is found to be changed
to soap, hard as the best castile and beau
tifully white.-Virginia City Enterprise.
Poet Riley's Key to Success.
"Do you want to succeed in life?"asked
James WhIttcomb Riley, the hoosier poet,
of Nelly Bly. whose book of poems has
been most flatteringly received by the
English public and press.
"I do.'he replied, with an earnestness
that might have been felt a block.
"Then dress well." he saiL "The secret
of success is a good personal appearance.
Why, if I struck a town with only 50
cents in my pocket the first thing I'd-do
would be to go to a barber shop. A bar
ber shop is the intelligence office and
newspaper of every town. So, you see,
my first move would be to go there. I'd
have a shave and give the barber my 50
cents, and when he offered tue back the
change I'd tell him, v:ith a knightly
wave of the hand, 'It's all right.' lie
would tell everybody else, and it would
help me to get an opening svmwhere.
But about dress. N 'w v.ouldn't you
rather give a nickel to a beggar who
was brushed and had a clean face
than -to one who was not? Any
one would. When one goes to a hotel
doesn't the clerk take an inventory of his
guest before he gives a room. and doesn't
the room always Match the appearance?
If I want to sell some verses the editor
glances at me. If mv clothes are shabby
he thinks, 'O, he is in hard luck and will
be satisiled at any price.' If my appear
ance is that of prosperity he'll be afraid
to offer me a sm!ll price, or if not afraid
at least ashamed. A womaa siiu!d be
even more particular. Her gowns give
her place more than a man's coat. .ten
always look at the women's drcs, and
in ahnest every instance jiudk' acccrd
ingly. To be succesmsful one :uut kcok
successful. Good clothing makes every
thing easier. Take my advice is' you
want to succeed-never look shabby."
The Lady of the La'mb.
This was a festival peculiar to an an
cient EngIlih town and occu"trre- in
June, on the first aL\on'y afte Whit -n
week. A fat lamb was provided a.. at
a given signal, with secores oft isoa.ers on'
to cheer, no doubt, the :d::of e
town, having had their thumbs~ the
hind themi, started in full chnse after the
harmless creature. Well frigted lit:.le
woolly coat must have been at such uin
usuafmerrimnent and wvith such a br
of swift footed hunters after him. The
amsel that with her mouth 'id catch
and hold the lamb was declared "Lady
of the Lamb." After it was dressed it
was borne aloft on a long pole to the
public green and close behind' followed
the fair prize winner, attended by her
companions in the race, while a band of
music kept step beside them. The next
day came the grand feast, presided over
by the "Lady of the Banquet," who
"with great decorum and rare show of
courtesy and with friendliest words
pressed upon her guests the goodly
pleasures of the table-Harper's Bazar.
A Cautions Apothecary.
In writing out a prescription the other
day a certain well known Pittsburg doc
tor wrote aqua fontis-that is, spring
water-inl place of the more c'ustomnary
but equivalent term, agua pura.
The patient to wvhomn this prescription
was given took it to a druggist wh<o had
just gone into the business of put ti.sg up
pills and p~otions. The new druggist ran
through the prescription and landed it
back, saying: "You take that Ixse'rip
ton back to Dr. -- and tell im: that
he's put enough agua fortis into that
prescription to kill te:u m'en."
Luckily for this village the druggist
has retired from the0 prescriiption cota
pouding tield since the.-iLtsur'g
Is known by these marked peculiarities:
1 A feeling of weariness and pains in the
2. -Bad breath, bad taste in the month,
and furred tongue.
. Constipation, with occasional attacks
. Headache, in the front of the head ;
nausea, dizziness, and yellowness of
5, Heartburn, loss oftappetite.
6. Distention of the stomach and bowels
7. Depression of spirits, and great melan
choly, with !assitude and a disposition
to leave everything for to-morrow.
A natural flow of Bile from the Liver
Is essential to good health. When this
Is obstructed it results in
which, if neglected, soon leads to serious
diseases. Simmons Liver Itegulator exerts
azostfelicitousinfinence over every lRind
of biliousness. It restores the Liver to
proper working order, regulates the secre
ion of bile and puts the digestive organs
in such condition t hat they can do their
best work. After taking th is medicine no
one will say, "I am bilious.''
"I have been subject to severe speils of Con
gestion of the Liver, and have been in the habit of
taking from z5 to 20 grains of calomeci which gen
erally laid me up for three or four days. Lately I
have been taking Simmons Liver Regulator,
which gave me relief without any interruption to
busines."-J. HUGG, Middleport, Ohio.
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A Good Fit.
The little son of Le Grand A bhey, of
Ponckhoekie uttered another bright sax
ing yesterday. Ilis mot h r is maing
plans for a Marthat 1': 'tinton ty,
and she m:ae t:._ r:m'::rc th::t s!:. vould
need the sejejervt ice ot -oys to rpr:.-:it
states. Stephen m;: "1 wa::t t. be a
not rep:r.-t i1- 1 t. Eu n:-e
too sW:! to le :. :d t. "Gh
naunmma: I wait tb a ate. i oI big
eno::gh to nr1eeit i wae.-- I
I.-ssic: for 1Mystcry.
An Americaa wo t::1 just rcturned
from Spain1 s.ays the i:mi.t tin of that
country has a [as iun for bk't na sau
sage. It is not often tat : love i!r the
tnvsterioam; is devreh .ped i:n a chiid of
suh cialedrr tars. N:rristown' ileraid.
-1ow do you ;. . ith your
Geruman, c lv nay'r
-i.etty w:ell. Stince I cau.:-t this cold
in my headt my te::cher Jis i:: pro
nounciation has unproved rapidl.
New York World.
William Shakesneare turned out those
marvelous ilays oF his with astenishing
rapidity. Two and three and sonctinies
four in a year! Tihirty-six in all, ii about
twelve vears. nm;:aing one or more
theatre.nd:~ and :ein:; at tines.
The candles used li te Ro m:ns vere
composed of s~ri:g surrounded [v wax
or pitch. Splinr:.; c wo o! fatted were
used b y the Eu :.h lwec.e about
ter ; r flour
over t 1:
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H. Folsom & Bro.
SUMTER, S. C.
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CH.ILESTON, S. C.
Ely's Cream Balm
Cleanses the Nasal Passages. Al-.
ays Tnflmmation. Heals the Sores.
'Eestores the Senses of Taste, Smell
A particle Is applied into each ncetri! at..d
s agreeable. Price 5oc. at Dre.is or by
mail. ELY BRoTHEES,5 Wrren St.JewV York.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
So disguised that it can be taken,
igested, and assimilated by the most
*ensitive stomach, when the plain oil
cannot be tolerated; and by the com
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phites is much more efficacious.
Bemarkable as a flesh producer.
Persons gain rapidly while taking it.
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The great remedy for Consumptian, and
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My Poor Back!
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back. Since I took 1'aine's Celery 'v Compound the pain has left my back,
and I can sleep like a child." Zenas Sanders, West Windsor, Vermont.
"Having been troubled with rheumatism t for five years, I was almost unable
to get around, and was very often con fined to my bed for weeks at a time. I
have used nearly all medicines imaginaile, y besides outside advices, but to no advan
tage. Having seen Paine's Celery Coin ' pound advertised, I gave it a trial. I have
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A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
TWENTIETH SESSION BEGINS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1888.
S. A. NETTLES, A. B., MRS. E. C. ALSBROOK.
The course of instruuction, embracing ten years, is desigued to furnish a
liberal education suited to the ordinary vocations of life, or to it students for
the Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior class of colleges.
PLAN OF INSTRUCTION.
The most approved text booss are used. The blackboard is deemed an
essential in the class room. The neoaning of an author is invariably required
of each pupil. In all work done, in whatever department, and whatever the
extent of ground covered, our motto shall always be THonoUGHNESS. To this
end, we shall require that every lesson be learned, if not in time for the class
recitation, then elsewhere. No real progress can be made so long as the
pupil is allowed to go on from day to day reciting only half-perfect lessons.
TERIS PER MONTH OF FOUR WEEKS:
Primary Department (3 years' course),............... .... $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00
Intermediate D-partment (2 years' course),............................. 2.50
Higher Department t2 years' course),....................... .... $3.00, and 3.50
Collegiate Department (3 years' course),........... ............... $.00, and 4.50
Music, including use of instrument.. ..................................... 3.00
Contingent Fee, per session of 5 months, in advance,...................... 25
Board per m onth .............................. .......................... 8.00
Board from Monday to Friday (per month),................................. 5.00
The Principals feel much encouraged at the hearty support given the
school heretofore, and promise renewed efforts to make the school what it
should be-FIRST CLASS in every respect.
For further particulars, send for catalogue. Address,
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
F. J. PELZER, President. F. S. RODGERS, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
MIAN FACTrLRERlS .OF
gtandard Fertiir'ers and Importers of
Po s GLEMAN. I J.AINIT.
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& MR. M. LEVI. of Manning, will be pleased to supply his
frieldS and the public generally, with any of the above brands
OTTO F. WIETERS.
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No. 121 East Bay, - - - - - - Charleston, S. C.
(. LL~ ,iN'~s Gen-~1 ..'er RrzcP. p5. GaNr, See. & Treas.
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i' e have in stock one caeb U0, 65, and 7() saw Eagle Gin, only shop worn,
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Oils, Rubber and Le'tther Belting, and a complete line of lMill Supplies.
WWe Guarantee Lowest Prices for Best Quality of Goods.i
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OILS AND PAINTING MATERIAL,
Foreign and Domestic (lues.
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A FEW PRICES QUOTED.
A good Bureau at $5.50
A good Bedstead at $1.60
A good Washstand at $1.00
A good Cane Seat Chair at 75 cents
A good Wood Seat Chair at 45 cents
A good Wood Rocker at $1.25
A good MIattress at $3.50
A. good Bed Spring at $1.50
A. good W oven Wire Bed Spring at $2.75
A. good Lounge at $4.50
A good Wirne Safe at .$3.00
A''ood B'd Room Suit at $20.00 to $30.00.
A. 'od lV ;aint Bed oom1 Suit, :Narible top, for $45.00.
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Mill Machinery, Cotton Press
boat, Machinists', Engineers' a
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To The People of Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
LIDDELL & Co.'s
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this county for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
ug,. All this machinery is direct
from the factory and will be sold at
the Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantagb
of purchasers to call on me before
W. SCOTT HA RVIN,
MIanning, S. C.
High Mil||!|||| n Low
Arm, E~lj! &Arm
$28. E~lgin $20.
S Wolkoviskie, Agt., & C.,
Fine Wines, Liquors, To
bacco, and Cigars.
The only Pool and Billiard
Parlors in the Town.
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I have made the disease of
FIS, EPILEPSY or
Ue te worfst C:S~ .cuse othe hae
Seda one*for atretc asend a acrEloTL
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odds in their line.
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ToVES OF BEST M AKE!
a Wheel. Pumps Both Iron and Wood.
:king of all Kinds. Imported Guns,
2 Variety from Si up. Powder, Shot,
are Agents for the
w7'ler Coma. y
ic for their past liberal pat ronaeg, and
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and Dealers in
le Engines and Boilers, Saw
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mud Mill Supplies.
nd Dispatch. Sendfor price lists.
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We are the sole manufacturers of this de
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having been analyzed by all the eminent
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free of State and city license, and so also
more recently after further analyzing in Flor
ida. It fills a luing felt want for a stimulant
an d appetizer that is not intoxicating; pleas
ant to the taste, contains nourishment and
specially suited for'persons of weak and del
icate constitutions. It has the taste-of lager
',eer of the 'iinest flavor; b'esides, to adid to
its purity an d medicinal qualities, is special
ly made of our celebrated world renowned
original Artesian weil w"ater. Pat up in
cases ol one dozen pints at 51 25 per dozen;
five dozen at $1 per dozen, and in casks of
ten dozen each at 90 cents per dozen. Cash
must accompany each order. copyrighted
and patent aphed for.
Wehave no Agents, and none genuine
unless ordered direct tromn
CRAMER & KERsTEN,
Steam Soda and Mineral WVater Works.
Charileston, S. C,U. s. A.
C. I. Hoyt & Bro.,
*e REPAIRING* A SPEoIALTY. "
Main Street, - - Sumter, S. 0.
TH E LADIES' PAVORITE.
NEVER OFT OF ORDER.
Ifyou desr to purchase asewig mahined
sam gn a orpac-o m s w
CHICAGO - 28 UNION SQUARE,N.X- DALLAS.
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